What’s on this weekend?
See Dale Chihuly’s (the man behind the giant chandelier in the V&A’s entrance hall) stunning glass sculptures sparkle as they’re lit-up after dark at these special Kew Garden lates. Besides pretty lights, there’ll be live musicians, food and drinks from the brand new Pavilion Cafe.
The usually heaving Regent street will become traffic-free zone this Sunday to celebrate its 200th birthday. There will be free recipe demos to tackle food waste and upcycling workshops where you can learn how to tart up your old garms. Neat!
A tasting menu for £39? Yes, please. This neighbourhood restaurant from an ex-Pidgin chef whips out dishes that are surprisingly, relentlessly ambitious and bloody delicious. Think black garlic in a dessert – and calf’s brain that’s a bit like a tater tot.
Quentin Tarantino’s riotous alt-history of ’60s Hollywood. Go for a glorious love letter to the movies where Brad and Leo shoot the breeze. It’s a heady, engrossing, kaleidoscopic, spectacularly detailed nostalgic splatter collage of a film.
This is ‘Evita’ 2.0 – a swaggering reboot of the Andrew Lloyd Webber classic. It’s Jamie Lloyd doing what Jamie Lloyd does best: taking something a bit lumpy and trad and thwacking it into a fun shape.
A rooftop bar beneath the iconic towers of the Renaissance Hotel. Discover gin-tinged peace in the middle of King’s Cross and tuck into doughy pizzas from the outdoor woodfire oven.
Super-sexual art filled with broccoli, sex swings and... Nesquik. You’re going to leave Elizabeth Prentis’s show with sticky feet. And a sticky mind if you’re not careful.
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